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What is Millipede poisoning?

What is Millipede poisoning?

  • Millipede poisoning: Millipedes are multi-segmented arthropods that have numerous legs. They can secrete poisonous substances from their body and some can squirt the poison at their predator. Death due to millipede poisoning has not been reported though the poison can cause skin symptoms.

Millipede poisoning: Introduction

Types of Millipede poisoning:

Broader types of Millipede poisoning:

How serious is Millipede poisoning?

Prognosis of Millipede poisoning: Patients usually recover easily unless eye complications such as ulceration following eye exposure to the poison occurs.
Complications of Millipede poisoning: see complications of Millipede poisoning

What causes Millipede poisoning?

Causes of Millipede poisoning: see causes of Millipede poisoning

What are the symptoms of Millipede poisoning?

Symptoms of Millipede poisoning: see symptoms of Millipede poisoning

Complications of Millipede poisoning: see complications of Millipede poisoning

Millipede poisoning: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Millipede poisoning.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Millipede poisoning: Toxicologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Millipede poisoning.
Treatments for Millipede poisoning: see treatments for Millipede poisoning

Name and Aliases of Millipede poisoning

Main name of condition: Millipede poisoning

Other names or spellings for Millipede poisoning:

Animal poisoning [Millipede], Millipede envenomation

 

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